Is the Crikey of China? Yes, according to this fascinating story in The New York Times:

The collision between the Internet and Chinese authorities is one of the grand wrestling matches of history, visible in part at

the Web site of a self-appointed journalist named Li Xinde. He made a
modest fortune selling Chinese medicine around the country, and now
he’s started the Chinese Public Opinion Surveillance Net – one of four
million blogs in China.

Mr. Li travels around China with an
I.B.M. laptop and a digital camera, investigating cases of official
wrongdoing. Then he writes about them on his Web site and skips town
before the local authorities can arrest him.